Click to viewStop whatever you're doing right now and go tell your dear ones that you love them. You'll be glad you did once you listen to this voicemail recording.
Click to view A lost remote control is an annoyance. A house fire is a tragedy. A 19-year-old near Cleveland turned the former into the latter when he used a lighter to search under his bed for a missing remote.
An insane person sets up a camera to film a full-speed train passing over him, as he lies flat on the tracks. Now that we're all caught up: Please don't try this at home. Please don't try this at home.
Kraft has invented a vending machine that analyzes your face to predict what you want to eat. It combines facial recognition with other data to give you a snack, or email a recipe and shopping instructions. Creepy or cool?
There aren't many things that look more calm and graceful than an arrow piercing the sky. But when you have the vantage point of a tiny camera mounted on that same arrow's back? Suddenly everything's a lot more... wobbly. [Buzzfeed]
We've got an exclusive clip from Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton and John Leguizamo's new movie The Vanishing on 7th Street. The rules are: Stay in the light or these creepy shrieking beasts will grab you in the dark. Watch!
If you're excited about today's Verizon iPhone bonanza, it's for one reason: hoping for the shining light of non-sucky service. Here's all of the news (and opinion) you need to get caught up on what might be your next phone:
Darth Vader was on hand at CES today to announce the forthcoming release of the Star Wars Blu-ray set. As long time fans of his work, we were thrilled to get the chance to ask him a few questions.
I don't care what dynamic braking is. I just want to watch this video again and again. And then jump on a swimming pool full of that gelatinous stuff, whatever it is.
There are approximately 4 bazillion point-and-shoot camera models on the market. Mostly, borderline disposable—yet the $400 S95 was Amazon's best-selling camera 'til they ran out. Clearly, people want a better camera. These three are the best.
Congratulations! A loved one loves you back enough that they bought you a brand new fancy camera. Now what?
You're spent, literally. Holiday shopping has thoroughly ravaged your wallet and soul. That means it's time to rein in the discretionary expenses for the New Year. There's no better place to start than that grotesque $180 cable bill.
We've got an exclusive clip from the new Family Guy: It's A Trap! Star Wars special, in which Vader Stewie reveals the new Death Star's going to have free wi-fi! Watch over 9 minutes before it's out on DVD.
O Tannenbaum, O Tannenbaum, you really are quite frightening! At least, you are after I've seen you burn down a living room in less than 60 seconds. Remember last year's video? It gets worse.
Word Lens, an app that translates English text to and from Spanish on the fly, is a reminder of just how powerful apps can be. But how's it really work? It ain't perfect, but it's still pretty damn amazing.
On a recent trip to Belize, insect researcher Mark Moffet was infected with a parasitic botfly. Moffet allowed the botfly to gestate in his hand and later filmed its birth. NSFW because throwing up on your computer is poor form.
In this ultraviolet light video taken by NASA, you can watch a phenomenon that scientists didn't believe could exist until a few months ago. An entire hemisphere of the sun explodes, one region igniting another. What does this discovery mean?
Let's say you've got a kickass sled and plenty of snow, but no nearby hills to plummet down. Are you thinking what this guy's thinking, and tying your sled to the back of a fast-moving train? Please don't!